2018 Availability & Tariff

Dates & Rates at Traigh Mhor self catering Isle of Mull

Please note our changeover day is a Sunday.

The rental charge for 2018 includes heating, wifi, linen and electricity but NOT towels. The cottage sleeps a maximum of six. We have a no-smoking policy in the cottage. See our bookings info page for terms and arrivals/departure times.

If your preferred date is not listed, please contact us. Out of peak season, we can be flexible on arrival and departure days, and welcome shorter stays, so please do ask!

MARCH — £550 per week
March 25-April 1: booked

APRIL: — £725 per week
April 1-8 (Easter Sunday): booked
April 8-15: booked
April 15-22: available
April 22-29: booked

MAY: — £795 per week
April 29-May 6: available
May 6-13: available
May 13-20: booked
May 20-27: booked
May 27-June 3: booked

JUNE — £795 per week
June 3-10: booked
June 10-17: booked
June 17-24: booked
June 24-July 1: booked

JULY — £795 per week
July 1-8: booked
July 8-15: booked
July 15-22: booked
July 22-29: booked

AUGUST — £795 per week
July 29 -August 5: booked
August 5-12: booked
August 12-19: booked
August 19-26: booked
August 26–September 2: booked

SEPTEMBER — £650 per week
September 2-9: available
September 9-16: booked
September 16-23: available
September 23-30: available

OCTOBER — £550 per week
September 30-October 7: available
October 7-14: available
October 14-21: booked
October 21-28:available

NOVEMBER —£475 per week
October 28 – Nov 4: booked
November 4-11: available
November 11-18: available
November 18-25: available

Christmas and New Year: booked

Thank you for yet another fantastic holiday in Traigh Mhor. We had a lovely time again. We managed to pack loads into the week – even if the sun hid at times! Seeing over 100 basking sharks on the Western coast off Coll was amazing – we took another boat trip with Sea Life Surveys. We also went on the tourist boat to Lunga, Staffa and Iona – saw lots of Puffin.

“We did lots of walks – almost made it to the top of Ben More before being beaten by the mist and horizontal wetness. Must have been over 900m up. Really enjoyed The Whisky Cave walk – eventually found the cave after searching many inlets. The outward-bound centre at Camus also looks an ideal place for adventures.

The P Family, Shropshire, July 2015

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